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Disappointment Over Carnegie Project

Readers express dismay over failure of the Carnegie Innovation Hall.
January 17, 2020

Move in the Works for the Sound Room

Popular listening space the Sound Room will be ensconced in the old Roger’s Auto Works building.
January 17, 2020

Lucia’s Pays Attention to Color in Cocktails

Research shows intensely colored drinks are considered by most consumers to be especially enticing because they promise intense flavors.
January 17, 2020

Paradiso Stays the Course

The long-term San Leandro stalwart offers a haven of familiarity and high-quality food that comforts.
January 17, 2020

MLK Events

Concerts, museums, and talks recall the civil rights leader’s works.
January 17, 2020

Friday's Briefing: Alameda County gets $38 million to help homeless; Bloomberg has coffee with Schaaf

January 17, 2020

Thursday's Briefing: FEMA trailers coming to Oakland to help homeless; Skinner bill to limit excessive CEO pay moves forward

January 16, 2020

Wednesday's Briefing: Richmond bans coal shipments; House to vote on Barbara Lee's repeal of 'endless war' authorization

January 15, 2020

Époque Évolution Starts 2020 In Style

Designed to be worn for decades, the Époque Évolution brand offers clothes for life that look terrific over time.
January 15, 2020

Can Straw Bale Buildings Help the Planet?

The materials may be cheaper, more sustainable, and better for the environment, but for now, but until stigma subsides and natural building scales up, this ancient building method is mired in the mud.
January 15, 2020